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Thread: Making luurrvve

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    Andrew Thomas Guest

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    I've often thought that going fishing was very much like making love to a
    beautiful woman.

    First of all, clean and inspect your
    tackle, carefully pull back your rod cover, and remove any dirt or gunge that may have built up whilst not in
    use.

    Then, extend your rod to its full length, and check that there are no kinks, or any wear,particularly at the base, where the grip is usually applied.

    Make sure you've got a decent float, the
    appropriate bait, and that there's plenty of shot in your bag.


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    Dave Johnson Guest

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    eerrrr. go and have a tug Andy, clear your mind, there is obviously something 'missing' in your life at the moment!!!!!!

    LOL though, very funny

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    Birds Nest Guest

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    Swiss Tony is a ledgend...

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    Geoff Palmer Guest

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    I did hear that anglers did it with 6" wagglers

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    Wendy Perry Guest

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    I'm nowt on this one LOL )

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    Paul Williams Guest

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    Had to take a look though Wend?....so early inthe day too!!! ;o)

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    Wendy Perry Guest

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    yep i like to keep up with what's going on my dear ;o)

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    Rob Brownfield Guest

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    Hmmm...I hear Swiss Tony from the fast show!!...lol...

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    Stuart Bullard Guest

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    Wendy, in Andrews case it sounds like very little is going on !

    In my case, my love life is remarkably similar to my fishing. On the very occassional times I decide to "go" I first have to decide what I am going to lay on the bed as ground bait, then decide what attractor I must dip my meat into, and finally how I set up my terminal tackle........which usually is a bolt rig!

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    Wendy Perry Guest

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    And i can see this is very much a male thread lol
    I'll get mi coat )

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